Weverton Pereira Da Silva
Weverton Pereira da Silva is a Brazilian footballer who plays in goal for the club Palmeiras. He is also a member of the Brazilian national team. In addition to his footballing skills, he is also a talented singer and songwriter. His songs are very popular in Brazil and around the world.
Weverton Pereira da Silva is a Brazilian professional footballer
Born in Rio Branco, Brazil, Weverton Pereira da Silva is an active footballer who currently plays for Palmeiras. He is also a member of the Brazil national team. Born on December 13, 1987, he is a white ethnicity. Weverton started his professional career with Corinthians’ youth setup before signing for the senior team. In 2007, he was loaned out to Remo, where he became a regular. He was later released and loaned out to Oeste, Remo and America-RN. Weverton Pereira da Silva then signed for Atletico Paranaense on 12 May 2010.
Born in Rio Branco, Weverton joined the Corinthians youth system in 2005. He was then demoted to fourth-choice in the main squad after Rafael Santos was promoted to the Brazilian league. He later signed for Atletico Paranaense, and played for them throughout 2012. He was named captain of the team and re-signed with the club in May 2012. He was also involved in the Brazil national team’s 2016 Olympics campaign, and scored the game-winning goal against France. Weverton Pereira da Silva is married and has a daughter.
In 2010 he played for Botafogo SP. In the 2011 Brazilian championship, he helped Botafogo SP win their first ever gold medal. Weverton was then called up to the Brazilian national team, replacing Fernando Prass, for the Rio 2016 Olympics. Unfortunately, he did not have much work to do in the group matches.
Although Weverton hasn’t yet achieved the level of stardom he would like, he has managed to earn a healthy salary. His current contract with Palmeiras ends in 2024, and he earns around PS330 a day or $13.7 an hour.